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Gaming has been a big theme across this year’s Computex and mechanical keyboards now seem to be the norm. However, these three boards offered just enough interesting features to stand out among the crowd.
Personal gadgets with sensors that track our health, sleep, movement and exercise are becoming increasingly popular, and if you're a gamer, there's now a mouse that can track your gaming performance. Here's our initial impressions of the Tt eSPORTS Theron Plus Smart Mouse.
With Microsoft Office now available for iPad, you may be looking for a good keyboard to turn your iPad into a productivity device. Brydge's iPad keyboards essentially turn your iPad into a mini MacBook, and the Brydge+ model even includes built-in stereo speakers. We find out if it's any good.
If you are looking for a new notebook, router, gaming keyboard or mouse, then look no further. In this guide, we offer some buying tips and also highlight the best deals from IT Show 2014.
While CES 2014 doesn't officially kick off until Tuesday, we were able to get a sneak look at some of the latest tech products at the CES Unveiled preshow event. Here's a few highlights that caught our eye.
Logitech's latest G602 gaming mouse is a bit different from everything else out there. Armed with a 2500 DPI optical sensor and six side buttons, it offers a useful compromise between thumbpad-equipped MMO gaming mice and regular gaming mice. It's also one of the few wireless gaming mice out there. We take it for a spin.
Microsoft's newest ergonomic keyboard - the latest in eight years - makes ergonomic keyboards look cool for the first time. But does it actually work better for your hands? Luckily for you, this reviewer has a bad wrist and is quite qualified to try it out - see what I discovered in this review.
Tagged with a price of S$99, the Havoc 8200dpi laser gaming mouse by CM Storm sounds like a good bargain when compared to other laser mice in the market. At first glance, it comes across as a typical mouse that's plain and simple. We give it a quick test to see if its performance is more exciting than its dull appearance.
Roccat's first mechanical gaming keyboard, the Ryos MK Pro utilizes two 32-bit ARM Cortex processors, and is the first keyboard to offer per-key illumination backlighting, allowing for a huge amount of customizability. It is available in a choice of Cherry MX Black, Red, Blue or Brown switches.
The Leap Motion Controller is a U$80 USB device that plugs into your PC or Mac to give you Kinect-like gesture controls. While gesture control has been available for years on the Xbox 360, can Leap Motion deliver on its promise of changing the way we interact with our computer in real, natural ways? Let's find out!